Indian police have stepped vigil in Mumbai after terror threats were made to three railway stations.
Railway Protection Force personnel could be seen checking every passenger at CST Railway Station while local police set up pickets and searched vehicles thoroughly on Tuesday.
[Sanjay Merolia, Commuter]:
"I believe that after the November 26th attack the police have become very alert, and whatever threat the terrorists might give I don't think they will succeed in their plans."
[Prashant Gaikwad, Commuter]:
"Everywhere the police are very alert, and the search is on to avert any mishap, the police have been performing their duty accordingly, trying their best."
India's commercial capital has witnessed a series of terror attacks in the two decades since the 1993 bombings that killed 257 people.
Ten heavily armed gunmen landed on the city's shores and opened fire at the CST railway station, two luxury hotels and a Jewish center on November 26, 2008.
At least 166 people were killed and more than 300 injured before Indian commandos smoked out the last of the gunmen two days later.